Safety Web Banner. A socially-distanced festival on an 1100 acre resort in the beautiful Georgia countryside. 7 masked, multi ethnic people smiling.

At Lost Art, safety for fans, artists, and crew is our #1 focus.

We are continuing to update our safety page in light of recent vaccination trends and declining infection rates, new CDC and state recommendations for outdoors, and ongoing discussions with medical professionals.

  • Safety Questionnaire
    • All guests will complete a pre-arrival health questionnaire similar to sporting events, airline travel, etc.
      • Instructions on this easy process is sent to ticket buyers
  • Space
    • The open air festival site is over 115,000 sq. ft. on 1100 acres in the Georgia countryside
    • Lost Art will be limited less than 20% capacity
  • Mask Zones, where masks must be worn at all times, include
    • Entry to the festival
    • When purchasing food and beverage (PLENTY of space to eat/drink outside this zone)
    • Area directly within 30 ft. of the stage
    • Bathroom lines and bathrooms
  • Hand sanitizing and washing stations
    • Available in multiple designated areas. Keep your hands clean, y’all.
  • Cashless transactions
    • All purchases must be made through credit cards
  • Medical tent + highly trained staff
    • Onsite and available
  • Frequent sanitization
    • Ongoing and frequent sanitization of tables, chairs, door handles, restrooms…you name it.
  • Covid Coordinator
    • Our Covid Coordinator is tasked with ensuring all fans and crew are adhering to safety protocols

Clear signage will designate protocols for each area of the festival, and our staff will be there to assist every step of the way.

Please remember that, under Georgia law, there is no liability for an injury or death of an individual entering these premises if such injury or death results from the inherent risks of contracting COVID-19. You are assuming this risk by entering these premises.

Let’s take care of each other. If you feel sick or have been in contact with someone who has tested positive, please stay home and come next year. Better safe than sorry!

Please remember that all things listed here are subject to change. If you have ANY questions, reach out to our staff at

We’ll see you there!